What do I have to do in order to backup open files?

You need support from the underlying OS. Windows XP and 2003, by default, come with Volume Shadow Copy, which allows backups of open files.

Open file option is not required on Linux/Unix/Mac OS X because no files are held exclusively open by applications.

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